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    Default Migrating with zmztozmig 5.0.18 > 6.0.4

    Hello

    Is it possible to use this zmztozmig tool for migration from a 5.x zimbra to a new 6.x version?

    If yes, how will the procedure be?

    Thank you for a great forum

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    Mads - Casalogic A/S
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    Good question. I'd like to know the answer to that too.

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    I believe it would work; though what I would like to know is one a account has been migrated does it leave the source intact ?

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    Looks like someone else had some troubles with trying to do that: http://www.zimbra.com/forums/migrati...ig-tool-2.html


    However, I only know of one way to find out

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    Yeah; just would not want to hose my clients Production system

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    Quote Originally Posted by uxbod View Post
    Yeah; just would not want to hose my clients Production system
    LOL on production wasn't exactly what I had in mind.. I was more going for trying it out as the only way to find out.

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